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Iran's Private Sector Prepares to Secure Syrian Market Entry - Report

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Iran's Private Sector Prepares to Secure Syrian Market Entry - Report Iran's Private Sector Prepares to Secure Syrian Market Entry - Report
As conditions in Syria have begun to regain relative stability in recent months, Iran has been quick to position itself at the forefront of rebuilding the Arab nation

Scores of Iranian executives running private businesses converged on the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture on Saturday to meet their Syrian counterparts and secure a foothold in a market that is now ripe for business after years of conflicts.
TCCIM, a major private sector representative, hosted a 50-strong Syrian business delegation as part of a business and investment conference. Top members of the delegation included the Arab republic's Ambassador to Iran Adnan Hassan Mahmoud and prominent businessman Muhammad Hamsho, who now acts as the secretary-general of the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Commerce.
Hamsho, who has years of experience in Syria's business community and close ties to the government of Bashar Al-Assad, emphasized that Iran and Syria's economic ties need to expand to match their political relations, vowing that the business community will use the full extent of its power in this regard.

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